A Classy & Elegant Black Tie Wedding
We promised from the beginning of lockdown that we’d still share real weddings and wedding inspiration. Today’s beautiful city affair may be the wedding of a Lawyer and Events Host, who tied the knot on 19th February this past year with a classy wedding in Greenwich, London. The couple was assisted in planning their wedding by Holly Poulter.
“I bought my dress from FeelTimes also it was a truly incredible experience from beginning to end. I initially went searching for wedding dresses by myself, with my mum finding yourself in India and my maid of honor in LA.”
“The procedure for getting the dress made exactly to my measurements and specifications, particularly the toile fitting with Suzanne herself, was fantastic. I looked forward to likely to my dress fittings.”
“I loved it was simple but elegant, having a beautiful train. I knew I would be wearing lots of sparkly embroidered outfits for my Indian wedding, so I wanted the lace wedding dress with minimal embellishments and clean lines for my UK wedding.”
“I asked other good friends and cousins to any or all wear complete blue dresses of the choice.”
The couple hired a 1952 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith Blue Baron, having a Daimler Limousine for that bride’s parents and her brother, via – as well as their choice from the as their venue, would be a no-brainer.
The couple hired artwork, a London-based wedding photographer to capture their day through images.
“They are amazing! I had not really met them before the day, but Gary arrived and was unobtrusive during the day and just put everyone comfortable.”
“I cried so often when watching the recording! It is just so beautiful, plus they captured a lot of wonderful moments that I didn’t know had happened!”
“The groomsmen all wore their very own suits. They were Ben’s close friends from different stages of life – primary school, secondary school, and university.”
As on her favorite part of the day, the bride says…
“All from it! We loved the ceremony, especially seeing all of our family members gathered there for all of us, having traveled from far and near. My brother and cousins helped Facetime the ceremony to the grandmother who had been unable to visit the UK, that also felt very special.”
“Our first dance ended up being to Dean Martin’s ‘That’s Amore’. We are both Italo-philes and desired to bring a little bit of that to the wedding day. We took choreographed dance lessons with who is a truly amazing teacher and also got us dancing a passable waltz despite my two left feet and insufficient coordination.”
Words of Wedded Wisdom
“Planning a marriage is tricky because all of us have a different opinion on what a marriage should be like, originating from their different cultural backgrounds, personal preferences, and so forth, which can often be conflicting opinions. This can be made harder with emotions running on high. I would say it’s vital that you keep that in perspective and don’t forget everyone comes from another place, so how to have a marriage you are pleased with is to have one that’s true to you as a couple.”
Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.com/